The ALLIANCE is working with partners to support and promote Human Rights Budget Work in Scotland.

Human Rights Budget Work (HRBW) is a different approach to financial decision making. It puts people at the centre, and involves thinking through how our human rights are impacted by the way that money is raised, allocated, and spent.

Led by the Scottish Human Rights Commission, the ALLIANCE has been closely involved in aspects of HRBW developments in Scotland, including supporting the development of a series of briefing papers.

For more information about HRBW , visit the Scottish Human Rights Commission website – (this link will take you away from our website).

The ALLIANCE has also produced a video about human rights budgeting (this link will take you away from our website).



A COVID-19 inquiry must hear everyone’s voice

Written by: Gillian McElroy

Published: 22/10/2021



They’re our human rights too

Written by: Lindsay Kinloch

Member: Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD)

Published: 13/09/2021



What hope can human rights in Scotland give to people with progressive neurological conditions?

Written by: Gill Dickson

Organisation: PSPA

Published: 30/06/2021

Case study

Case Study

“Suddenly, we were hit with the so-called ‘disability price tag’.”